Mariana Redd
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  • Belo Horizonte, MG
  • Brazil
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Mariana Redd commented on Carnegie Hall's group Voice Studio
"Hi everybody! I haven't been here for a while, but took the day to read discussions, get tips and see amazing videos some people have posted. I would also like to have opinions on a video, if you could give some :) I'm from Brazil, and…"
Feb 28
Mariana Redd replied to Claudia Friedlander's discussion How to Prepare Pants Roles in the group Voice Studio
"One male character played by mezzos that I love (and would like to play someday) is Nicklausse, from The Tales of Hoffmann... I love pant roles! Thank you for the video, very useful! :)"
Mar 17, 2014
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Jan 5, 2014
Mariana Redd replied to Claudia Friedlander's discussion How Much Physical Movement is Ideal for an Art Song? in the group Voice Studio
"The quality of the video was terrible, so I guess I'll try again another time :S"
Nov 11, 2013
Mariana Redd replied to Claudia Friedlander's discussion How Much Physical Movement is Ideal for an Art Song? in the group Voice Studio
"This was really useful! I have to sing a chanson this Monday for a class (and the teacher will evaluate my performance), and I'm sure I'll use these tips. I'll try to have it filmed! "
Nov 2, 2013
Mariana Redd replied to Claudia Friedlander's discussion Welcome to a New Season! in the group Voice Studio
"I'll check the column (I'm always reading your blog, but sometimes I miss things)!  As soon as I have videos of this new 'singing life' I promisse to share some! :)"
Oct 25, 2013
Mariana Redd replied to Claudia Friedlander's discussion Welcome to a New Season! in the group Voice Studio
"Well, this year I've gained many HUGE new technical insights about my way of singing :P A University here in my city has organized a week with courses, workshops, lectures and concerts, all about Baroque music. I took the singing classes, which…"
Oct 25, 2013
Claudia Friedlander replied to Mariana Redd's discussion Voice Classifications in the group Voice Studio
"When you have a voice as versatile as yours, you have options when it comes to choral singing. I'm a soprano also traded off between soprano, alto, and tenor (!) parts in my high school choir to keep from being bored musically!  If…"
May 5, 2013
Allison Parks replied to Mariana Redd's discussion Voice Classifications in the group Voice Studio
"Even though I am a soprano, I really enjoy and beg to sing alto in my chorus (or at least soprano 2!). I find those parts so much more interesting most of the time and I also want to more develop my lower range. Unfortunately, I am one of the only…"
May 5, 2013
Mariana Redd replied to Mariana Redd's discussion Voice Classifications in the group Voice Studio
"So many things to be considered... hehehe Yes, Bidu Sayão still exists! But actually they changed the city where it takes place, only the last 2 versions took place in Belo Horizonte (before that, they were organizing it in Belém do…"
Apr 4, 2013
Claudia Friedlander replied to Mariana Redd's discussion Voice Classifications in the group Voice Studio
"There are a number of factors that contribute to determining your fach. Figuring out where your passaggio is helps, but again that can be very tricky while your technique is still developing. Your personality and musical taste are a…"
Apr 4, 2013
Mariana Redd replied to Mariana Redd's discussion Voice Classifications in the group Voice Studio
"I think maybe it's exactly identifying the tessitura that's usually the problem in the cases I've described. I've met two singers (both with years of study and already making money out of their voices) who found out just recently…"
Apr 3, 2013
Claudia Friedlander replied to Mariana Redd's discussion Voice Classifications in the group Voice Studio
"Every vocal instrument is obviously unique. Voice type classifications are simultaneously very useful and very confusing. German opera houses have a system of highly specific fachs for categorizing singers, because if you land a season contract…"
Apr 3, 2013
Jonathon Hampton replied to Mariana Redd's discussion Classifications in the group Voice Studio
"I'm not sure I understand the issue? Is it that often singers want to sing outside of the voice parts that they're assigned?  As an alto, tenor, and bass, I try not to allow people to classify me as one. It gives me more versatility…"
Apr 3, 2013
Amanda F. Jacobsen DeLalla replied to Mariana Redd's discussion Classifications in the group Voice Studio
"I was always a mezzo, but I think it comes from people wanting to sing certain roles, so they pigeonhole themselves. I wish I could sing Christine Daae, but I really can't. I find that more mezzos graduate to sopranos as they expand their…"
Mar 29, 2013
Mariana Redd added a discussion to the group Voice Studio
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Classifications

Hi everybody!I'm starting this discussion because I've seen a lot of cases like this: sopranos who couldn't move on with their carreers because they felt they were  not fully using their potential. And some time later, they discovered they were actually mezzo-sopranos... Has anyone heard of similar cases? What do you think may influence a missclassification? See More
Mar 29, 2013

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I am a:
Student
My school is:
UEMG
My style(s) of music:
Opera, World
I am interested in:
Music History, Performing
My musical instrument(s):
Voice
My favorite artists, influences, and inspirations are:
Renee Fleming, Joyce Didonato, Elina Garanca, Anna Netrebko, Cecilia Bartoli, Loreena Mckennitt
More about me:
I also have a bacherlor's degree in Literature, which is another thing I love.

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